Form 7.Ideas for a great weekend

Form 7. Unit 6. Lesson 7. Ideas for a great weekend

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Reading Test

  1. The population there is 25,000 people.
  2. It is situated in South – West England.
  3. There are charming Tudor buildings there.
  4. Its local street was given the first place for its beauty.
  5. This 2000-year-old city is full of history.
  6. Its local zoo is fantastic.
  7. The world famous writer Jane Austen used to live and work there.
  8. This city was founded by the Romans in 71 AD.
  9. You can travel by the Miniature Railway there.
  10. It is situated on the river Ouse.
  11. In 2008 104 pigs were displayed around this city to celebrate the city, its history and art.
  12. The population there is 80,000 people.
  13. You can visit the Royal Shakespeare theatre and the largest butterfly farm there.
  14. This city lies on the banks of the river Dee.
  15. The Eastgate clock is in this city.
  16. The population there is 90,000 people.
  17. It is famous for its two-storeyed old shops in black and white.
  18. It is situated in the North of England.
  19. This city became a spa about 60 AD.
  20. The population there is 200,000 people.
  21. There are a lot of Georgian and Victorian houses there.
  22. It is famous for its City Walls.
  23. It lies on the river Avon.
  24. It is situated in Central England.
  25. You can visit the National Railway museum and a world-famous Jorvic Viking Centre.
  26. It is the birthplace of William Shakespeare.
  27. You can eat a famous pudding there.
  28. The Roman Walls were built there about 70 AD.
  29. Its local street was given the second place for its beauty.
  30. The name of the town comes from two words- “street” and “ford”.

 

Use C — for Chester, S — for Stradford-on-Avon, Y- for York, B — for Bath.

Keys

The population there is 25,000 people. — S It is situated in South – West England. — B There are charming Tudor buildings there. -S Its local street was given the first place for its beauty. — Y This 2000-year-old city is full of history. -C Its local zoo is fantastic.-C The world famous writer Jane Austen used to live and work there.-B This city was founded by the Romans in 71 AD.-Y You can travel by the Miniature Railway there.-C It is situated on the river Ouse.-Y In 2008 104 pigs were displayed around this city to celebrate the city, its history and art.-B The population there is 80,000 people. -C You can visit the Royal Shakespeare theatre and the largest butterfly farm there.-S This city lies on the banks of the river Dee.-C The Eastgate clock is in this city.-C The population there is 90,000 people. -B It is famous for its two-storeyed old shops in black and white.-C It is situated in the North of England. -C This city became a spa about 60 AD.-B The population there is 200,000 people.-Y There are a lot of Georgian and Victorian houses there.-C It is famous for its City Walls.-Y It lies on the river Avon.-S It is situated in Central England.-S You can visit the National Railway museum and a world-famous Jorvic Viking Centre.-Y It is the birthplace of William Shakespeare.-S You can eat a famous pudding there.-Y The Roman Walls were built there about 70 AD.-C Its local street was given the second place for its beauty.-B The name of the town comes from two words- “street” and “ford”. -S

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